Last week, Microsoft released Windows 10 for PCs build 16232 to the Slow ring, and today it offered new ISO images. Now, the company is releasing the SDK Preview for the new build.
Last week, Microsoft released Windows 10 for PCs build 16232 to the Slow ring, which was the first Fall Creators Update preview for Slow ring users. Today, the firm published new ISO images, and now, the SDK Preview for the build is available.
The SDK Preview is only officially supported on Visual Studio 2017, and while you can install it in a production environment, your app must be targeted at the Creators Update or earlier in order to submit it to the Windows Store. There are a few known issues to be aware of:
And there’s one item that’s listed as a breaking change:
There are also a ton of API changes, which you can check out in the announcement. You can download the SDK Preview from Microsoft here, but you’ll need to be signed into a Microsoft account that’s enrolled in the Insider Program.